1. What is EDG?
    EDG is the abbreviation for Enterprise Development Grant; it is also known as EDG Grant.
  2. What is it about?
    The purpose of the grant is to help develop a company’s capability within 10 identified key areas as identified by Enterprise Singapore. Projects, training, performance audits etc. are examples of activities that the grant can support through funding
  3. What are the 10 supportable areas?
    The areas that the grant supports are the following:

    1. Branding & Marketing Strategy
    2. Business Model Transformation
    3. Enhancing Business Processes for Productivity
    4. Human Capital Development
    5. Product Development
    6. Business Excellence
    7. Service Excellence
    8. Intellectual Property
    9. Financial Management
    10. Standards Adoption
      If your business can benefit from enhancing capabilities in these areas and your company is eligible then speak with a certified consultant to help you apply quickly.
  4. How much grant can I get?
    Eligible Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) can get up to 80% grant on qualifying costs. This maximum support level of 80% will end on 31 March 2022.
  5. What is the maximum amount I can apply?
    Technically, there is no cap. However, the amount is directly correlated to your annual turnover.
  6. Is there a guideline on the figure? How can I estimate how much grant can be approved?
    For smaller EDG projects which follows a simplified process, the amount should be less than S$40,000. Your chosen consultant on the project should be able to help.
  7. What are the criteria?
    You must be an SME that meets these criteria:
    • Registered and operating in Singapore
    • Local shareholding of at least 30%
    • Company’s annual sales revenue of S$100 million or less, or group employment no more than 200 staff